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Q&A on DAC Hubs & Other Non-Dilutive Opportunities with DOE and PRI-ISTC

Event Type
Webinar
Sponsor
gener8tor Carbon Removal Accelerator
Location
Online
Date
Feb 21, 2024   12:00 pm  
Speaker
Kevin C OBrien and Chinmoy Baroi, ISTC and representatives from the U.S. Department of Energy
Registration
Registration
E-Mail
dexter@gener8tor.com
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Originating Calendar
Illinois Sustainable Technology Center Events

Join gener8tor Carbon Removal Accelerator as they host the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, a part of the Prairie Research Institute at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and DOE for a virtual Q&A session on DAC Hubs and other Non-Dilutive Opportunities. Please reach out with questions beforehand to better guide this Q&A. Forward your questions to dexter@gener8tor.com.

The gener8tor Carbon Removal Accelerator empowers early-stage startups pioneering new technologies that capture, store, sequester, or utilize carbon. This new accelerator program is made possible through The U.S. Department of Energy Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management and the Direct Air Capture (DAC) Pre-Commercial Energy Program for Innovation Clusters (EPIC) Prize. Learn more about gener8tor Carbon Removal Accelerator.

The Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, a part of Prairie Research Institute (PRI) at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, is a leader in direct air capture (DAC) research. They focus on developing efficient and affordable capture methods, scaling them up for real-world use, and ensuring responsible implementation. Their expertise and contributions have led them to win 3 DOE Phase 1 Feasibility Studies to develop DAC Hubs. ISTC integrates applied research, technical assistance, and information services to advance efforts in the areas of decarbonization; pollution prevention; water and energy conservation; and materials recycling and beneficial reuse.

The DOE's carbon removal program tackles climate change by aiming to remove gigatons of CO2 from the air by 2050. It funds research and development across various methods like direct air capture, biomass storage, and ocean-based solutions. Through initiatives like the CDR Purchase Pilot Prize and Regional DAC Hubs, they invest in making these technologies affordable and widespread, ultimately aiming for net-zero emissions in the US by 2050. Learn more about the DOE Carbon Removal program.

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